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|Paperback, Jun 2010||€7.00|
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Dunkirk, 1940. Thousands of Allied soldiers are trapped by Nazi soldiers after the Battle of France. There’s no way out for them. Or is there? Maybe there’s one escape route: the sea… Joe Read is fifteen, a normal kid who helps out on his dad’s lifeboat. But now he’s called to a greater cause: sailing across the English Channel, braving gunfire and bombs, to evacuate the stranded soldiers in France. He’s part of a mission that will save the lives of 338,226 men in 861 vessels. Joe’s true story is told in full in this unforgettable tale of the great Allied rescue described by Winston Churchill as “a miracle of deliverance.”
- A thrilling fictional diary based on Joe Read’s true story
- A vivid, memorable look at a key moment of World War II
- Learn about the Dunkirk Evacuation and its significance
- From a best-loved series with over a million copies sold
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